We are an independent, non-denominational, co-educational K – 12 school. We offer performing arts & elite sports streams with an equal focus on academic rigour.
Working in partnership with Voyager Tennis Academy, this integrated program allows students to engage in daily training in tennis at the highest level, alongside their pursuit of academic excellence.
The program is designed for students from Years 5 – 12 who are already demonstrating a strong level of play.
Students participate in up to two hours per day (depending on their Year Level at school) for performance training in addition to normal academic studies.
Training sessions are conveniently based at Homebush and Concord, both venues less than 10 minutes from the College and students are transported by private shuttle.
The program focuses on elite athlete development which encompasses strength and conditioning, on-court training and match play, injury prevention, sports psychology, nutrition, tournament mentoring, and US college guidance.
Students participating in this exclusive program will have access to an extensive range of competition pathways including state, national and international tournaments, and championships.
Voyager also regularly arranges for our students to compete against and alongside some of the best young players from overseas, dramatically fast-tracking their development.
About Voyager Tennis Academy
Voyager Tennis runs one of the largest player development programs in Australia and works with over 100 nationally ranked players across Sydney. It has more than 40 program graduates who are currently in the United States on college tennis scholarships – with many more who will follow this pathway in the coming years.
The Elite Tennis program at The McDonald College is overseen by Voyager’s head coach Luke Bourgeois, a former professional who has played with tennis legends on the world stage.